Susan Elaine Jones invites you to spend time with human remains, her own interactions with skulls and bones have allowed her to engage beyond the scientific, a warm and enriching experience. Here she shares more about the events she hosts to allow others this opportunity.
Juliette is bring death positivity to France. Her YouTube channel, Le Bizarreum explores death through historical and archaeological cases.
Robyn Lacy entered the field of Archaeology with vague ideas of how she wanted to proceed. Every one of which got tossed out the window after a trip to Ireland, surveying rural Catholic and Anglican cemeteries and churchyards. Robyn hasn’t swayed from burial-related study since.
I have been asking archaeologists how they go about their work as professionals and people as part of my PhD research in which I am exploring what impact emotion has on the practice of UK mortuary archaeology. I have interviewed and worked alongside field, forensic, academic, student and museum archaeologists, as well as osteologists andContinue reading “Excavation & Emotion”
Jelena Bekvalac is a Curator of Human Osteology at the Centre for Human Bioarchaeology, Museum of London. As a life course becoming a museum curator and working with human skeletal remains was not one that she carefully planned. From exciting opportunities in London to excavations in Jordan and Prague Jelena takes us on a journey down her fascinatingContinue reading “Skeletons in My Life’s Closet”